The MISS Show

About The Show

Moms in Scouting Service is a twice monthly podcast dedicated to sharing Scout related information from the perspective of volunteering mothers. There’s a little something for families and leaders new to Scouting as well as more seasoned veterans of the BSA. Topics discussed include outings, activities, resources and products, as well as round-the-table discussions about current hot topics in Scouting.

About The Hosts

Miss Emily: I am a single mom of one exuberant, 7-year old boy. We live in Atlanta, Georgia. I am currently a Tiger Den Leader and Assistant Popcorn Kernel, and will be taking over as Committee Chair for my pack after the current CC crosses over in March. My son is a tiger, and we both signed up for scouting when he aged into the program at the end of the May. My other, “paid” job involves research on children’s behavior problems and the effects of stressful life events on their development.

Miss Liberty: With almost five years of volunteering within Scouting under her belt, Liberty has held such illustrious positions as: Webelos Den Leader, Committee Chairman, and recently accepted the position of District Membership Chairman. As well, she writes the District newsletter and assists with the District Training Staff as needed.

Miss Shannon: A mother of 2 boys from Chicago, IL. Cubmaster for the past 3 years, as well as former Tiger and Wolf Den Leader. Former Trainer on District and Council Committee. Both boys are currently in Cub Scouts, oldest is a soon to be Boy Scout. I’ve been involved in scouting for approximately 5 years.